Celebrate and explore the meaning of aging as a gay, bi or trans man over the age of 50 in San Francisco during this drop-in group. Get an introduction to our substance use services; learn how to reach your goals related to drugs and alcohol. Support for gay, bisexual, queer men, all trans, non-binary individuals wanting to reduce meth or cocaine use.
Fifty years after Stonewall, and with Trump trying to roll back LGBTQ rights, Dominic Rushe visits three gay bars in different states — and finds them as vibrant and vital as ever. Tue 25 Jun T he gay bar is in trouble.
Sexual health care, testing, anal health services, PrEP and other health and wellness services. A program empowering gay, bisexual, and same-gender loving African American men who are at risk of HIV. Juno Obedin-Maliver shares advice on dryness, pelvic pain, infections and other vaginal and frontal genital opening health issues.
Illustration: Mallika Ramachandran. Grant enters the establishment and, on recognizing Lee, joins her. She initially doesn't fully remember Jack.
The Pride parade in London is taking place on Saturday 6 July. Pride has been celebrated all over the world over the last few weeks. Two years ago in the UK, the Pride celebrations were particularly significant as marked the year anniversary since it stopped being illegal for two men to be in a relationship in England and Wales.
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Yet surveying the various panel discussions left me confused. Gay people were once policed as criminal subversives, depicted in the popular culture as deviants, and pathologized by the medical establishment as mentally ill. Now most of America views homosexuality as benign.
Gay Men Over 50 Social Group is a group offering gay men the opportunity to socialize with other gay men while participating in interesting and fun activities in New York City. Our diverse activities have included trips to museums; nights out at the movies; dining out; and excursions to the Bronx Zoo and Botanical Garden. So come and join us soon! The irrepressible Dowager Countess Of Grantham and her brood of condescending but affable aristocrats are back and this time on the big screen!
The unidentified woman wanted to address the crowd inside the Greenwich Village gay bar where patrons fought back against police harassment 50 years ago, birthing the LGBTQ movement. She arrived unannounced and disrupted a drag show, drawing an unfriendly response at first. The crowd eventually warmed and she was given the microphone and spoke for 12 minutes.